Report Warns of Eroding U.S. Military Supremacy

Poster:Post date:2018-11-15
Region:(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Military Balance),(Regional Issues)
(CNA, By Rita Cheng and Flor Wang) A report by the National Defense Strategy Commission contended that the United States' military superiority is declining. Consequently, the report expressed grave concern that the U.S. might not be able to deter or force China or Russia to back down should the former decided to attack Taiwan or the latter decided to attack the Baltic states. <Accessed 2018-11-16>  
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